From R600 per Unit
Bee Tree Cottage is fully-equipped for self-catering and comfortably appointed for two people. Electricity is supplied for a fridge, lights and a radio to keep in touch. For cooking, we have installed a two-plate electrical stove and hot water is provided from the solar geyser. The bathroom has a basin, shower with hot and cold running water and a flushing toilet connected to a septic tank. Linen, towels and soap are provided.
During the winter months or cool summer nights, you may enjoy a touch of yesteryear. Curl up to the Welcome Dover stove that burns with coal and wood and heats up the cottage in no time at all. The stove is, of course, ideal for cooking too. Cool down under our cold water bush shower on those balmy summer days and nights. It is big enough for two. Enjoy a braai and tranquil sunset, or gaze out over the pond that is visible from the cottage.
The pond attracts small buck and numerous bird species that may be viewed in comfort from the veranda. The cottage is in the transition region between broad-leaved woodland and Highveld grasslands. Habitation in the vicinity includes koppies, rocky slopes, gorges, rivers, dams, Wetlands and farmlands. From the cottage, there is easy access to the Moloto, Rust De Winter, Wilge River and Verena areas.
Bee Tree Farm was listed as one of the top bird viewing destinations in the Chamberlains top 101 in Gauteng, and 268 bird species has been sighted in our vicinity. A couple of striped kingfishers breed in the garden of Bee Tree Farm. Very recently, a couple of pearl breasted swallows and tinkling cisticola were spotted on the southwest corner of Bee Tree Farm. Protea Kaffra grows in abundance on the farm, attracting birds.
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